Playfully visualizing the back of webpages gives a unique, three-dimensional perspective to what we are familiar with as strictly two-dimensional entities:
Backofwebpage.com is a user submitted site that creatively explores what the back of popular websites could look like. It reminded me of an art project, or movement, I had seen a few years ago where people leave alternate paintings and drawings behind the generic art that 'decorates' hotel rooms. Secret Wall Tattoos has a gallery of over a hundred examples of this unique form of renegade art.
And of course the scenery behind you: